Below is some information to a new initiative facilitated by the Arts Council of Wales.
Delighted to be a part of what is sure to be an exciting few years of investigation and creative stimulus in classrooms across Wales.
Just read the latest draft of Alix in Wundergarten which will be on at The Other Room in Cardiff throughout December.
It is an absolute joy of a script. Funny, dangerous, crazy, naughty, with lots of freedom to play.
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Had the pleasure of working with some 1st time script writers over the past 6 weeks, culminating in a sharing of work at the Muni Arts Centre in Pontypridd.
Always a joy to meet new people keen to learn new skills. Participants were 60 years + and full of exciting ideas, a willingness to try and a great sense of fun.
Their work was read...
On September the 30th at the Muni in Pontypridd, there will be a small sharing of work for our 1st time script writers over the age of 55.
This will be an informal investigation.
Supported by Gwanwyn, we hope this pilot project in rct will grow from strength to strength.
14 in the group last week. Incredible!
It has been a right hoot so far. Lots...
What a fantastic training week with some passionate and knowledge people. Feeling blessed to have been chosen and entrusted with the task ahead. We all hope, sincerely, that we can make a difference.
Fabulous opportunity to reflect on ones own practice as well as be inspired and influenced by so many creative practitioners in the room.
During September I am delighted to be leading script writing sessions for individuals over the age of 60.
In conjunction with Age Cymru/Gwanwyn, we are keen to encourage mature voices and develop script writing skills as well as an encouragement to write for older actors. Rolls of substance are few and far between as one gets older so hopefully this is one small step towards looking...
Once again, a positive response to the production. Interesting points also which i disagree with, which is always good.
The game show for me plays a vital role in lifting the audience into the territory of 'active listener', and helps Gwydion, who plays Turing, reach an irrefutably mesmerising final conflict in the closing scenes.